The Department of Driver Services announced that the Georgia Motorcycle Safety Program is incorporating scooters into the basic and experienced rider education courses.
The DDS says that many perceive scooters to be safer and easier to handle than a motorcycle. In reality any two-wheel vehicle to a different skill set to maneuver on the street.
Those interested in the course must have their own scooter, must be street legal and be more than 50 cc and less than 350cc. The driver must have a class MP permit.
To find out more, call 770-918-6200 or visit www.dds.ga.gov/training.